12 November 2016 Last updated at: 7:42 PM
FAM announces nominees of elective general assembly for NYFA
The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has released the names of candidates that have been nominated to contest in the elective general assembly that will be held on the 25th November, 2016 by the National Youth Football Association (NYFA).
According to a press statement released by the Malawi FA is indicating that FAM has released the names of candidates that have been nominated to contest in the elective general assembly following the statues of NYFA.
“As per the Statutes of the NYFA, the FAM General Secretary has received the nominations of the candidates for all the positions to contest i n the elective general assembly,” reads the statement.
The names of candidates that have been nominated for the positions are as listed below; (a) Chairperson 1. Mr. Chimango Munthali (b) Vice Chairperson 1. Osward Lungu (c) General Secretary 1. James Sawerengera 2. Thoko Chimbali (d) Vice General Secretary 1. Danny Makiyi 2. Thoko Chimbali 3. James Sawerengera (e) Legal Advisor 1. Christopher Tukula (f) Treasurer 1. Tiyenkhu Chavura (g) Member 1. Wasauka Nyirenda 2. Gommy Mkandawire 3. Joel Magola 4. McLoud Munthali.
The statement further indicates that the elective general assembly among other things will elect a new Executive Committee which will run for 4 years.
“The Elective General Assembly will among other things elect a new Executive Committee for a period of 4 years,” reads part of the statement.
The statements adds that the candidates are free to contest for any position in the executive committee but not more than one position.
“As per Article 23.8 of the NYFA, Candidates are free to contest for any position in the Executive Committee but not more than one position” the statement signed by FAM chief executive officer was quoted.
The National Youth Football Association (NYFA), Elective General Assembly will be held in Mzuzu.
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